Shoulder blade pain, temporomandibular joint symptoms, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff pain, shoulder bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, injury to brachial plexus, myofascial pain syndrome, turtleneck syndrome
The complaints in the neck and shoulder area include:
Shoulder blade pain, temporomandibular joint symptoms, frozen shoulder, rotator cuff pain, bursitis of the shoulder, carpal tunnel syndrome, injury to the nerve plexus for arm, shoulder and chest, local hypersensitivity of muscle tissue, cervical spine syndrome or whiplash.The so-called VDT syndrome (video display terminal syndrome) is also frequently found in patients whose work requires the wearing of tight shirt collars and who predominantly sit in front of the monitor at the walking table. The mostly one-sided position of the head downwards with a view to the monitor of the screen, tablet or mobile phone puts enormous strain on the cervical spine, especially the regions of the lower cervical spine.
Neck complaints and shoulder pain from the point of view of Chinese medicine:
Here the tension of the meridians gallbladder and large intestine are often in the foreground. These have to be relieved.
Solution and therapy:
The affected complex interaction of muscles, fasciae and tendons can often be noticeably relieved by acupuncture in a few sessions. Cupping, heat applications such as moxibustion or physical therapies support this process.